Kevins Prophezeiung – Können Kinder den Ausgang von Wahlen vorhersagen?

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Bei vielen Entscheidungen verlassen wir uns einfach auf unser Bauchgefühl. Manchmal sehen wir eine Person an und entscheiden innerhalb von Millisekunden, ob wir sie leiden können oder nicht.

Welche Rolle spielt dieser erste Eindruck für den Ausgang von politischen Wahlen?

In cleveren Experimenten konnten Forscher zeigen, dass sich auch Kinder auf den ersten Eindruck verlassen und man ihre Urteile zur Vorhersage von Wahlergebnissen nutzen könnte…


Keywords: Politik – Psychologie – Gehirn – Erster Eindruck – Ausstrahlung – Charisma – Kompetenz – Sozialpsychologie – Politische Wahlen – Halo-Effekt


 

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